Gov. Cox sets Nov. 9 as date for special session
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox has set Nov. 9, 2021, for a special session of the Utah Legislature.
In a proclamation, Gov. Cox indicated that some of the topics to be discussed by lawmakers will include:
- updated Congressional, legislative, and other district boundaries,
- a proposal to change the name of Dixie State University,
- proposed changes to pretrial processes related to bail and pretrial release, and
- provisions related to COVID-19 and the workplace.
Utah Senate President Stuart Adams and House Speaker Brad Wilson have both signaled that lawmakers would be taking action against President Biden’s vaccine requirements for larger businesses.
This is a developing story and will be updated.
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